Whenever I’m in Boston, I forgo public transit and walk aimlessly around the city’s maze of streets and alleys. Boston’s downtown is notoriously difficult for outsiders to navigate, and I’ve often compared the historic streets to the scribbles of a kindergartner – although, I think this makes visiting Boston interesting.
Connecticut: the state everyone must pass through when traveling between New York City and Boston. I, however, spent the first twenty-one years of my life in eastern Connecticut, but didn’t begin to appreciate the scenery until after I had moved away. Mountains will always be my favorite landscape to photograph, but there’s something to be said for quiet beaches, lazy rivers, and dense forests.